2 August 2013 by

The primary difference between Prosumer and Consumer camcorders is the presence of larger lenses and imaging chips in prosumer camcorders for superior optics and low light performance.

The best prosumer camcorders often come with a lot of pro-grade features - flash media as well as hard drive, full-HD capability, good capacity HDD, high-end CCD, memory still resolution of over 2 megapixels, a good 10x or above optical zoom - all this integrated into as small a frame as possible, compact prosumer camcorders weigh just about a pound.

Canon is by far the leading brand behind the best prosumer camcorders - though ensure that you get - extra manual control options, above-average video resolution and great-looking low-light output over and above the standard and specialised goodies.


Panasonic HC-X900M Camcorder

Panasonic HC-X900M
$1,543

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Sony HXR-MC2000U Shoulder Mount AVCHD Camcorder

Sony HXR-MC2000U
$1,426

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Sony HDR-TD30V Full HD 3D Handycam Camcorder

Sony HDR-TD30V
$1,278

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Canon VIXIA HF G30 HD Camcorder

Canon VIXIA HF G30
$1,499

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Sony HDR-PJ790V High Definition Handycam Camcorder

Sony HDR-PJ790V
$1,999

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Sony HDR-PJ380

Sony HDR-PJ380
$1,199

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